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IA IMVILLE HERALD.
.IM.I'I N
Prid i"*
I ? and Proprietor.
Rati
..$1.00
othi
?? three m.ni!'.
PHI DAY, Jil
mi ii : \<>
turned
s,|;;t,ihhi,o"
.! they made a d
The Western Union
l
-ny it is only
1,000. The Manhattan Ela*
v.un tO
Ihe (Vntriil
worth
870.
I,
100,000.
shrinks
1,000 in 11- ie tax gath*
000,000
wink- Wm. Waldorf
is thc only millionaire among
a- is.inly worth $2,000,000.
. . "honest dollar" ad*
i, who sneer at Bryan
- who dare in say there
:(y of ninney in the
land Inflation and expansion ram?
pant with a certain petted few, but
ell-to-do" fannel niu-t h
- some?
thing "wrong in Denmark*' ami wick*
idly wrong in America. To whisper
- ui, but we would
iu it from thc bouse tups.
I : make u- feel molal about the
'ennsylvania
tbei es''lourof windi make ? mess
;ml Wi' of this
cherry
glorious
. ling in all Southside
ty was
of the tir*t water. Pity that
"born to <lic" Ni ?
h.nhl take the place ol old ones.
. Dr. W m. .Mniton, of Cumber*
"If I thought I would
w I would plant a fruit tree
member his
I om know ihat it was always sup*
j lied with a great variety nt choice
-..? of the Washington coi i
? it certain papen continue to
v riu of thc decline of the tree silver
" while Col. lilyan, in bis tri?
ll tour through tbe country, con
mu to -ay that the platform
will be adopted lu it- entirety with
additions as changed conditions
l.iak- necessary. By tbe way, l ?
st that platform
never OE it," ami thal la about
lZe Of it." lt WOllId be ciil|-.l(|
kllur chicky .ni the part of a
i i to intel ymir home and begin
to institute charges, ami to run
lie ought to be made to leal
Lie l <? nf an iron-bound boot.
I Richmond Tim* t, in a recent is*
ire to ita readers tbe presidential
when lian is..n and Tyler were
Hon. ll. K Watkins,
mtv, the grandfather ol
one of the
I : by one who re?
is liiuu that be waa ? man of
e.ile ld pn ,'ifiit of tongue,
man ui i and the prince ol
i power on
I ie 'ump. Kvcii al this ad
itully nominate his
I grande io ;i- his successor, on
ratic ticket for l!*u<?, from
e 1th District,
uy newspaper writ.
wa in .st drop the Col. from the name
?m. Jennings Bryan. Why!
t be tluly and regularly com*
didn't begojust where
I . i jual what
tO do? Ile
'Fighting Juc," bul be
William, and the man who Isn't
villi,
ace thal an old negro
lector's office and asked if
aa in," and seemed ut*
ia n be MUs tnlll that
-didn't live here. Dr.
M. 1) . Lu . than
i t of tba ri cent L-l i
fi 'in ? ni is Colonel, ami
cl until ht- be*
Itilt.
writing to the Richmond
mis us that in tin
<l ya ii- rmel ms gi I np.- lu Hanover
ii beats
the Hanover val
ul thc old darkey
il ivii up Prauklin
1 ami gentlemen, boy
d
.
ada ami to
o abandon "iii landmarks'
i lange
i, of Richmond, mern*
illy busy. The
li nut
ul tn Ucl
u. lull Wc di Bay Konll
1 ods reluctantly,
i nut look upon their like again.
th
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Business, In ih i man) cruel
linne ......lillian" Would IM?I
"spare thal inc," nor will the |
pan i d Bal?
lard. "Farawell, a long farewell," to
all their greatne
(int nf ihe New Verb Uerald't Sun?
day sermon, "f re?*nl date we gel this;
"Imagine im evil, and thereby dimin?
ish evil. If there is sweetness any*
w here, Hud ll as the boney bi
lend to tbe world, il" ? kindness
w ie never opportunity otter*, be quiet,
calm, -elf pu I -ell control ll 'I
and then you will discovei lin
if Christianity."
ihe Virginia editors have 11
their annual outing and are al theil
desks again n idy to extend a i
greeting to nea aubscribere and adver*
Now thal they have commun?
ed together again they Hatter them*
that they are prepared to rendel
aen Ice to tbe public
Are tbe overflow gathering** of re
i bodies of -crvic to the cause of
religion '.' We hope sn, and yet we have
out tiiuibts. Excitement mus very
high, the nervous strain must be in?
tense, the physical demand- ai
acting ami Ihe mental vicar and leal
t-<.niliti<>n a* worshippers of thi
participation iu ex lursions, con?
certs and banquets i.duce to that
state of reverence with which we
should enter the "Holiest of tbe ll
We repeat, we have mir doubts.
The City Council of Atlanta baa ii. -
citied that preaching on tbe streets was
nol a nuisance. What fool ever sui'!*
;! was .' ' < uss,' "cbaa" aud spit,
talk politics and criticize your neigh*
i."is. but don't go into all the world
with the Gospel message? Noni*
Of course tbe privilege to preach, in
ll nut linois, maj t!.l|scil
as to be.'.une a nuisance, and in that
event ought to be abated, but wbeu
dmie "decently anti in order," no man
sh.mid say nay.
Keely's perpetual motion apparatus
.?ii converted in junk.
?
lt (Ines look M though Ihe *ti- ?
si-tcni il the c..milly would become
involved In om universal strike. The
only comfort wc can oller our friends
In the city, le found in thc fact that
the nickels may be converted into a
-.ii watti fund, and a watermelon
combine.
Japan bas recently i utered int
treaty relations witb the leading na?
tions of earth, and now occupii -
at the "lir-t table." Neither Uncle
Sam nor John Hull shut her Into this
im proved condition, iii her.
It is said that Col. W iti I - m can
actually lim! .-landing room on tin
platform adopted by the Democi
Kentucky. We do ind kimw that more
. .Man and \<ire dlffei on
smile things and yet agree to live and
love together. It ought to be so with
Democrats. They agree on too niucb
of vital interest to be kicking at
other aa tu minni matters. Togetbei
univ and in 1900and they are invinci?
ble.
The Baltimore Sun well says; "lt is
too late to attempt to bully or bulldoze
the South, The people of thal section
?an ami will manage their own affairs
Without help from Boston." And this
is quite generally admitted the coun?
try over, lt will become uni
?y and by.
Look nut fur the ? Strangling liner,"
be newest impm tainui from I
hines. These nevi neighbors ol ours
ruin across the seas, are expressing
heir gratitude in many practical ways.
The balling of W. <?. Pilkinton will
mt I*-a matter <>f aurprlse. The test!*
nony clearly makes out a case of self
lefenoe, as unfortunate as the whole
dl'air i-. Without additional facts the
lommonweaJth will not ask foi con*
ictioll.
Boom one baa saul thal tbe Introduc?
ion of machinery had well nii-'h ile
tio.ved the charm of farm life, and he
night have added thal the coming of
limul train bad destroyi d tbe
'.manie of a mle mi an old*timi
oach, that Ihe telephone had aepara*
i tl friends and that eily life had bc
nine so attractive ilia! cnn the
Teachers bad tn go there for entertain*
lent. Still it will ever remalli tine
nat "God made the country ami man
lade the Imin."
WASHINGTON LETTER.
rum our Regular Correspondent.
W ..shim, por, July 17, I
As.though bis announcement of his
itt iiiiinatiiin to remain in the ('abinet
ntil after the liist nf next .Jannali
ere nut humiliation enough fur Mr.
IcKlnley, Secretary Alger baa actually
nd the gall io demand of .Mi. m. Km
y that he make public a Statement
?living that he would Uki I
slgnation. This is what thc
ill "rubbing ll in" on Mr. McKinley,
it those who think that Mi. McKin
y -I,,mid have tired Alger when the
'imlals of the wat with Spam first
public, instead of assisting in
Wing him whitewashed, and not in
Ined tn sympathize with hi- cm
neut at the demand. Anti,
ire ijuitc a number win. are glad
?? demand baa been made. Mi.
'Kinley has, through close persona*
ends, allowed the public tn auppoa
at he was anxious tn hine Alger
ilgn, bm w bibed lum to do so volun*
rily. Non, it is up to hun, i
ce for all, whether lie w i
reiiiain in his Cabinet.
Ihe law vary plainly aaya that iii
'?I-*' of both tbe Secretary and
i-tiint Sc. it taiy n| W ai. the
neral ' miniaiiding the anny -hall
J"
ni
l-'.
and bis assistant
?Hi <.i nil public l.u-i
quiriug ihe siguatm
ol Un -
'
\\ ai and Navj I k>|tartmeul building,
in Hie
duties V\ 'i. A
Cen. Miles did liol sign a ?
there
must have l"g !"
ruiiiiiic ni i
.'nc 11 wa- aunt bel added
in ihe many um
ami the willi' .: tools willi win
?' Hie W u
though Hie law
dial (Jen. .liles should
ActingSi clary nf War, during tho*e
?
j "i \N ai during
that | -
.nu ulenee,
and all business held up to await lu
return.
ol late wnli substantially thc same
Col. Ilryai
lalit.v. in ii,c VVl -t, tba! it i- |
cei nun thal iii- -?? ni'"
collect I
ul, by
ihe I Whet lier tin
doing this under instructions fr<
is. w bo arc ku
ihe handful!
11
? c..!. I;,
nilli.ui, i- : n, bul Hid
? Mb a
in be
I Klin, is III
Washington upon importaul
- bim*
? lld.ile fur Ihe 11. ii,
gui" i ii ruination, but fi
Ml\- he Would i ?
place mi ii,- iii v ni in ki i, and adds
that i niiiil
ii.il he
the nominatn
li ni.
that if the
Republican platform i
likely, ii mil iu by
Republican .?otes; thal he ku?????
thousands w bo voted Ibu I
ticket in
pnuiii- t. Midcr
s||\(l, W lin ll ill 1,'
.1 ticket.
i
that Hu 1! | .ii will cm
tain a
thc Democratic 'in Hunks
dividual \"'i i should bat
doubt a~ in which parly a ill ?
thc tm-!-. Mr. I)uli"i
says that he i- i Hain Hu- :
. by lily:.
McKinley, i
i .nv reminded b
turning doa il men a h
hud recommended personally, I
McKinley foi appointment t
in the volunteers, thal
politicians ni .\Y ,v York, who ii
pull with the administration. N ?l
mily v- .di's nun
linnell down, but I,,
Yorkers appointed whose nam. -
uni even referred to him, by Mr. Mc?
Kinley. Inc authority fir
anent is an official of ihe War Depart?
ment, whn knnws ll
m ihe pap.r- nf every man who
ippointed. Perhaps H would
nive bad bl lld IUI k if bc bad with?
held i. .'.ii in favor nf Mi.
McKin ruination a little
?i. Publicly committing himself prob*
.Liv weaken* tl bis pull.
us troubled a un dim tm. .
ie interest ,<j m |
kV. M. Bu h. 'I' rk of Hotel Dm i
'luv ltleli, c. R, |. Il
i
taut sufli linea, the
nc au lil for tn .
lillies al Ibis li.Ucl. Al...ut two
in kind.*,
' < 'binni.'. I
Jolie, Cln.leia ami Dis uedy.
dudi lu nu surprise ami d
diaic. W beni
fit syn
il tl fl u
few doses of tills labia! >
nd aiin '-i . .in,
llhctimi."
)rug in.
lln\* lr.- V .mr KMin-ya f
'
I'li'i.s.ll-llliiiiii.niiil I i/riiia.
lung ami
i idem to tl Instantly
:. ? liniment. .Many mi.v
: 111 \ cured
.h. lt isi ?,:. illy efficient for itching
- .
ippli -. : hand-, chilblain-,
ii-t bites and du.um- -
' by Cu nu
'i ?> '? I nra-.. r.
rifie.
'
lllllll I ...l_ I.
-
Dr. I dillon Poa
st what tn
I
ara not
edieiue and the beal iu use to ;
ii prime condition, r
; sale hy Cub*
Ogham .v. Co., DrUgjril
rajta.
:,2*h; IfC.CC fail, druggists ref uud money.
Thooaudi Eave Kidney TrooWe nd
Don't Kiinw it.
I lien in this
.heep
;sill hy
pneumonia, heart fail
?un ihe resull of
li kidney troubli
. iviiicc the hi liny poison in
k Hie \ilal
break
. il in tell. Then
hness ni n,. Se slbumeu??
Ul Ililli lin ? MLdlt's
th. worst !"iiii "t kidney trouble,
ililc .-.-ii) in- though
v and deceptive. Plrst, by
Hie urine; second, bj the
i ri tie a Ide in a
niy Imii hmirs.
li ,-. . troubles thal in
nod ness H.
inp l!"i.l I
benefit ni lufft rina* mankind
|] nit. Mr. Kilmer, the
kidney sod bladder sj,. < iaiut lo
i 1i and in ike it knuvvn to the
li wonderful efficacy in prompt
iv curing Ihe tn
^ , ? .
: Di. Kilmer'! Swum
... r snd bl id li r rem
:': Killin i i I ham
? V. Winn writing mention this
ni nr dollar ilzcs.
"I dav c ii-, d ( 'iiillibi i lain'- ( lough
Kenn dy in my family for years ami
wah good results," says Mr.
W ll il Kl Km, Cal. "Fur
-mall cbildred we lind it especially
cii'cci.. iii i>\ Anderson Drug
"ith yin ah'"
MI-I..IIAJ' "**
ld 400.000
.?IO III lt *.'
r own dr-iinn't. who
rinV.mrh forus. Tak* it with
alli.pa' i -air line
. I ira. SIM
monrr.
Swrlln* ? ?-,.*? ta.. I .Kata, Sa.ir.al, law lari.
If you want anything In household
..I school furniture, i'm pels. Curtains,
Kucs, pictures ot Wall Paper go to
1 li i.v :
t's Horse, Cattle and Poultry
I ll i. l-'i.r -ale by
ll. ('. < Kl 11?:. Hillville.
The place of bargains in all kinds of
i I1
II.'lint. Ik Blood Heep.
ii. No
li iviiik' all un
'
I
.i miine and you
a ill save yoursell monev.
IWS|,
'
York.
We can -ell you a tooth brush
I tbe luisiit-s foi
n.e.. u' ia, Druggist.
I ... Baal.
I have a Columbia Bicycle In tir-t
?nilitioii, good as new, $18.00.
S. W. I'au lett, Jr.
"During the hoi weather last aum
?in i I of cholera
is, necessitating my leaviugmy
I'li-iin - C. A. h
Pincastle, Ohio. "After
two or ihrec doses of * 'bamber*
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Iii lindy 1 was completely relieved and
.ii a hw hours wa-abie tu resume my
work in tbe store. I sincerely recom?
mend il to any one Bulleted with
stomach "i bowel trouble." For sale
hy Anderson in ul- <'...
II il iii 11 lilt Inu lill.ml Illa. nara.
. 'mi ii theory, it I
: iv. tbougb iin v
-..ii u hy '-., m.hiv
- ? -.V have
I In Irv im |
I lu- mun vi lin mi.v a Hint ii hi,..).I dis*
i !?? I- Lilt om- vvii.v :
inn illili. Winn
lone ii irs. The besl pori*
pai Ula. li lim-- tin- u..ik
-lim A
?
I . ? o.lin v . . I ii. . i Ininti'.
[(you have property or life to insure
Main to buy *.,umi indemnity.
i it. * Kaiiiett & Paulett
dur baby ha- been continually
- d with colic and cholera m
aiitiuu since hi- birth, and all thal we
uilil d<> for him dui nol seem I
than temporary relief, until we
I lie, < 'Imlel ?
nanimia Remedy, B.e giving thal
cundy be bas qq| been troubled. We
vant tn give you ibis testimonial a- an
\ ntem.luiir gratitude, not that you
icctl ii in advertise ymir meritorious
'lindy. 0. M. Kaw, Keokuk, Iowa.
? !.,v Ai derson l?i ug < lo.
m> i K i. to m>\ tic nara
The Herald does not solicit adver
isements tone Inserted smoug its lo?
ki new- matter,and would prefer that
dvertlsers use the other columns of
mles foi .
lents are low? especially on
lou tba and yearly Contracts, 'I'he
og among the lucais
'hich have obtained with tin- paper
nee ita foundation, will be rigidly ad
.nil t.., viz: TEN ci:.\ PB i n line
'i the iii-1 insertion and /.- -
ne fur cadi subsequent insertion of
ic same matter. Those who have
mtracts with the lli-.k.vi.h for
r advertising, will be, n- heretofore,
lowed a uniform rate of mi, i im
?r lin md every insertion of
Ivertising mattel among the local
ailing.
? v.I,,n | I, k.la
r th" Mimi: inall Moiinlain
dong the line of
? Norfolk and v. ,
sale daily till September 90th, and
stop I'll. Piual limit October
deciding a herc yon
id the healed Iel in, will.
ur "Summer Poldon
i ly, the location and pria
popular Springs, Kanni,
. ts in Virginia.
W. i: Blt ii.i.,
iun. Paas, Agent
Roanoke Vs
Want a
Bicycle ?
I i.i. i Hl-i MOS. rm'! i. s i: u iii.i i
IN A VIKKI
Crescent
POPULAR UKI \l SR I I UI\ l-t.KM IM
HAT18KAI I I'iN. ami sKl.i.s \ i \ PKK K
I ii \ i s i mk \.M' lt ON EMT. . . .
$3^.00
lt la to our advantage to handles
wheel thal gives tbe least trouble i
the rider, ami cuiiseipieiilly, tu our
selvi s.
That's thc reason we select) i
Crescents ? know Hf m.
(HAS. F. BUGG,
\(. li NT.
PABMVILLE, VA.
HAMPDEN-SIDNEY COLLEGE.
rii. ijiiIi session will open WKDN k
si il I MHKR lilli
lor catalogues apply tn
RICHARD M. il.w aim . Pn -ul. ni
.m. Ham pdt i -
Thi- sj,,?!,?,. reserved for
.11. S. FELDMAN,
The Virginia Reliable Bargain Houv.
Loo), tor nr.xt ad.
Will offer at greatly
reduced prices Sum?
mer Wear for Ladies
and Gents', from now
on.
Remember t he place, no t
door h. II. I-;. Wall's Hani
ware Store,
Farmville, Va.
W
P-?
I Everything
on
Wheels.
s
THAT IS,
EVERYTHING
THATS
DESIRABLE.
BUGGIES. SURREYS. PHAETONS.
CARRIAGES. CARTS TRAPS.
We handle only L'nmis u^u ?*?*?
know are jual light in every
respect
We Cully guarantee even chicle
We sell.
We are satisfied arith a reason
able profit, consequently our
lillies arc i,nt high.
We arc glad In -liuvi mir t}
ni answer questions at any !
tune.
J. F. WALTON,
IfVILLE, VA.
Va dJ* AR3 YOU READY
TO PAINT?
Wean for
HIRSHBURG, HOLLANDER & CO.S
You Mun ' on nil Pail tia.
Anderson Drug Co.,
! \K.Mv. h.;
NuTlOE TKACIIKKS.
v V im,I W KMNKHIIAY.
i for
W itt- Teachers
,1 lin Wini. Pu
-
( !olored 'I eachcrs
nu THU RMI) AY iiml Kl IHV.Y. Iii-' Ird ii i'1
uh t.r iiKUHt, iii 1 ?
Kuli.h .
i 1 da iv
v M.
THOMAS J. GARDEN,
iv il
MUSIC
Miss Belle Johnson will r ?
gume lier Mrsic Class 8
temher lt ii. 1891).
Jillie i
Farmville
Mfg. Cc
LUMBER
of every descriptio 3
lor building pur?
poses.
Prices are advancing
so place your orders
early and save money.
C. M. ROBESON,
PROPRIETOR.
THE I , \TER MOTOR
is Ul 1; \|. , ; I . .-.. .Mir \l. POW! il
K v. un. wi. 1 in: BEST in THI
W UKI.li I UK UK. \ I Ni, i:i.l| I
MACHIM
Up. Il |-.-.|i.
fuel, li ii.
?>r riiniiiie.' I'rlntli
un. r-. 1 'om I
-'in- if
lill lill ?
IT IS VERY CHEAP.
PRICE, $13 to $300.
Waler
? mi in.
1 > a -o manufacture Patent /.'?
tm nu/nini Exhaust Han**
end for Special Catalogue on Ventilating
L. H. CONLEY, Sole Agt.,
1 \K\I\ ll
GOTO
W. P. VENABLE & CO.
For
FIR^,
LIFE
and
ACCIDENT
INSURANCE.
'IRGINIA POLYTECHN.C INSTITUTE,
A 1 ULAI KUBURU
Vgrlcul
i
ui
s
'.!..! ll
NEGLIGEE
and DRESS SHIRTS.
Ogler Bros. Fine Shoes
and ;i varied stock ol
ALL GOODS
in our line.
w . p.. i. Inapt* Hon ind oompai
unusually prett) selection nf
>RY GOODS, XoTIoXS
and?
Gentlemen's Furnishings.
? FLEMING & CLARK,
FARMVILLE, VA.
They Have
Found the
Baby,
Marian ('lark, and the
place to timi
CLOTHING
suitable for
Hot Weather,
such as
Cool Serges,
Alpacas or
Sicilian
Ooats and Vests,
is
J. B. WALL'S.
Our
Mixed
Teas
Save been pronoui
ie author of "Four Month'i
*.fter I ?ate,'1 w ho in ;i con*
otHHeur in that line, n- equal
? any blend <?l tea. Try it.
CHAS. BUGG & SON,
Va.
PIANO PUPILS.
Piano Pupils
A ri.AMI, DWEUJXfl
ll wini S-HIliM ,
I LLB.
I..lin- Hoi
//?r* j/inir salis, i ii tim, ii.
SO /ile,ISC lt lit tl .
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